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... I'm experiencing significant weakness in my left hand and it has been slowly progressing for a little over 6 months now. ... (3 replies)
... Anyway, things settled down, and I was back to my old routine. During this time, I noticed that my left hand was tight, and my neck was very stiff. My pinky especially would feel extra tight, and I would lose occasional control of my hands while playing the piano. ... (0 replies)
... Firstly, thank you for taking the time to read this…even if you don’t reply, maybe it will help you in some way ! Background: Current medications: Lithium synthroid lexapro wellbutrin lamotrigine (0 replies)

... re getting worse. It could be an autoimune disorder, but so far no one knows or has a clue. Most doctors just tell me that I'm getting older and cracking sounds, stiffness and pain is normal aging. Yeah right! Funny thing is, if my bones are NOT cracking, I'm not feeling sick. ... (14 replies)
Apr 8, 2011
... hips, where I move it back and forth, and it leads to relief. I also have neck and back stiffness regularly. ... (2 replies)
... pressed against his chest. He can with great difficulty move his chin away from his chest and look forward, but he pretty much has to hold his chin up with his hand or it returns to its chest position. ... (2 replies)
... Hi - sorry for the long delay. I forgot about this forum when things got crazy. I finally (well almost) have a definitive diagnosis. Multifocal motor neuropathy. NOT ALS! Its even treatable - I meet with the Dr. on Tuesday to discuss treatment plan. Augie (3 replies)
... hi oldaugie: I was wondering how things are going and if you have any more information? I read your post and it sounds exactly like what is going on with a family member of mine. We are still trying to figure things out, praying, and hoping for a miracle. To date, the neurologists are leading down a path of an ALS diagnosis. (3 replies)
... Oldaugie....It could be many things as only an neurologist can determine this thru proper testing i.e. EMG/NCV electrical test also MRI's of the Brain and Spine and possibly a Lumbar Puncture along with his/her gutty instincts on this so best to see the Neuro on this one...... (3 replies)

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